Sep 29, 2009

362. Water in moon?

The Space research organisation of our country has discovered Urine samples in Moon. Many Scientists across the globe have raised both eyebrows and some have even poked their noses when they heard about this new discovery by India. The NASA scientists, how ever have congratulated India for finding Urine samples in Moon.


Speculations are that these urine samples might belong to Neil Armstrong who landed in Moon on 20 July 1969.The Russians still believe that Armstrong never went to Moon. The Russian scientists even believe that the Moon-walk drama of Armstrong was staged in a Hollywood studio. The major discovery by India is a shot in the arm for the Russian space scientists.


The Indian Space program chief, Madhavan Nair has said that India has found water samples in the crust of moon and not as H2O molecules. This whole finding has entered into the controversy books of Chronicwriter because India's maiden spacecraft, Chandrayaan-1 was aborted in August 2009. Chandrayaan carried a payload from NASA (Moon Mineralogy Mapper) which has mapped water molecules in moon.When the whole world is congratulating India on its major breakthrough, I would like to congratulate the scientists of ISRO for making this great discovery. But on the flip side, what do we gain through this discovery?

  • To find the typographic nature of moon?
  • To find whether life is possible in moon?
  • To study more about moon?
We have done enough damage to earth through ozone depletion and through CFC emission and now we are conducting experiments to damage moon and other planets too. My lines might sound very childish. But this is a common man's thought process and I have every right to tell all the scientists around the globe to first do research on Earth, to protect the earth's environment and then think about damaging the extra-terrestrial objects. Please clean Coovam and Ganges of India before you could even dream about experimenting with the urine samples found in moon.

-Chronicwriter

57 comments:

  1. oh..god!!!*rofl*...it was amazing..enlightening and thought provoking as well (to some extent)...and seriously..your blog is a "wonder-blog"...

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  2. Whoa.. !!
    "Please clean Coovam and Ganges of India before you could even dream about experimenting with the urine samples found in moon."

    lol.. yep!!..:)

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  3. Lol!! A Like mind...On the day of find, I tweeted so :
    Dear @isro, I know this is awesome..But dont you think that a bird in hand is worth much more than 2 in the bush!! Save Planet Earth's resources!!

    However It IS something to be acknowledged but I definitely feel its not worth all the fuss ! :D

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  4. yeah.. i agree with you. we shd be doing more research here than no other planets and moons. but at the same time these shdnt be neglected too.. such things are of vital importance for science but for a developing country like ours the priority shd be for other matters..

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  5. yeah.. i agree with you. we shd be doing more research here than no other planets and moons. but at the same time these shdnt be neglected too.. such things are of vital importance for science but for a developing country like ours the priority shd be for other matters..

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  6. yeah.. i agree with you. we shd be doing more research here than no other planets and moons. but at the same time these shdnt be neglected too.. such things are of vital importance for science but for a developing country like ours the priority shd be for other matters..

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  7. cool post...you conveyed the message loud and clear...

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  8. Dai ethu enna konjam vithysama iruku !!! Konjam technical heheheh

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  9. athu enavo correct than!! pls clean ganges and koovam before thinking of anything else!...romba kastham poonga!

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  10. jus another conspiracy theory that russia might put forward.. the chandrayaan carried a payload from NASA.. now this payload only found the urine samples.. so what if NASA had planned this one too.. they couldnt prove it themselves..so they put their mapper on chandrayaan(a space vehicle of a neutral country) n wantedly wanted us to find urine to prove it to the russians..

    coovam ma clean panrathukku we'll be needing one more tsunami.. lol..

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  11. So VERY true.
    Earth is already being destroyed - there is a need of HUGE clean up - mental and physical.
    I think they should make a potion to clean earth of all the impurities. I wish there was a system...to wash earth like you wash clothes! :(

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  12. the debate about utility of space exploration while the earth's atmosphere is getting depleted at such an amazing rate is a very hot and controversial one.
    scientists always back the exploration's utility with the fact that several..Several of the very useful technologies have been explored as an off shot of space research..

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  13. *applause* very good :) Inspirational! and yeah I support your view :) :) :)

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  14. "My lines might sound very childish. But this is a common man's thought process and I have every right to tell all the scientists around the globe to first do research on Earth, to protect the earth's environment and then think about damaging the extra-terrestrial objects." - this is inspiring indeed. But where did you pick up the urine thingy??? lolz

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  15. That was thought provoking.. And hard hitting reality.. Ganges and holy have become antonyms nw.. Restoring back holy ganges should also be a priority.. Wnderfl post.

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  16. well, its funny how india wants to take away all the credit for this discovery. ou havent mentioned the species that the urine belonged to.

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  17. hheheh well said!! :D cudnt have it better even if i wanted to! lol

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  18. Hey sorry but I am a space enthusiast and your post did hurt a bit.. looks like you have never understood the whole point of space research.. "what do we gain through this discovery?

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    To find the typographic nature of moon?
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    To find whether life is possible in moon?
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    To study more about moon?"

    It is NOT to study about moon... we study universe to get a BETTER understanding of our own planet.. how did Earth come into existence? how did we humans come into existence? Is there anything called "GOD" which created us? or did we just take birth "BY CHANCE"? if we can find anything like water on any other solar system object, we can search for life there.. life doesnt mean someone with 4 eyes and 4 hands.. it can be just a tiny form of bacteria.. if we can find life anywhere else, that means life doesnt exist only on Earth.. and many experiments that we have conducted in space has led us to make some astounding inventions which have been useful in Earth.. and science is the reason why you were able to post this in a blog.. Sorry but I feel it is a wrong thing to pass judgments without knowing the reason behind it..

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  19. To name a few inventions made by NASA for the benefit of normal civilians: long distance telecommunications, water filters, smoke detectors, Scratch-resistant Lenses for glasses etc.. And if you have chanced upon any of the science experiments conducted in space, you will know how useful it is for scientists..

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  20. Dude, though this post is seemingly serious, there is an underlying humour in the following line that tickles my funny bone every time I read it :-D :

    "Speculations are that these urine samples might belong to Neil Armstrong who landed in Moon on 20 July 1969..."

    ...having said that, you know what am exactly picturing in my mind right now, don't you?

    ..muhahahahaha...Seriously man, I can't stop laughing :-D ..

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  21. I dont support u in this post :D
    yes..its our duty to protect mother earth and stop abusing and raping it..
    but finding fault with our brilliant scientists without thinking about their hard work in research which may end up being useful to mankind is a little too much
    still i loved the humour in ur post, as always ...just that i differ a little here:)

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  22. everybody needs new....so our isro scientists !!!

    Why should we invest money on Earth?? Why not shift to a better planet ???

    I m kidding !!!

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  23. everybody needs new....so our isro scientists !!!

    Why should we invest money on Earth?? Why not shift to a better planet ???

    I m kidding !!!

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  24. well said, chronic :D put a different way, we should seriously reconsider before pissing all over the moon!

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  25. People are just chasing different places but not fixing the miseries where they belong to !

    That's the dark side of the goons

    Thanks for the post man !!

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  26. yup..even i felt the same..when i heard this news..we hv done lot wit earth...n next is moon..
    :(
    ...

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  27. A different take from the usual.

    I guess we are trying to find another planet which we can deplete of its resources!!

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  28. SERIOUSLY.. :P but guess what>??Cooum is en-route a make over..mail me to know how.. :)

    and btw,why the f aren't u visiting blogs des days??inna??scene podriya mavaney??!!! ;) :D keechruvey.. :P

    Love,
    Nikhil

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  29. @evanescentthoughts

    Hi space enthusiast...

    Glad that you came to my page and read my funny take on Chandrayaan's findings, and in the process poured out your view too...

    my take on the subject was my sattire form of humor and if you understand the genre of my blog, you wouldn't have got serious indeed.

    BTW, I have one more news to tell you..
    My Father is the Director of Liquid Propulsion Space centre (LPSC) -ISRO .. and he was the project director of Chandrayaan mission... and me being in such sheltered arms, have more than enough idea about space missions..

    But my blog is not there to proclaim to the world about my knowledge on space research.. My blog is there to spread warped humor...

    So your final statement that i should not talk on a subject if i do not know anything about it, becomes void..

    If you need any of the photographs of the moon taken by chandrayaan (which is not available on the internet), you can contact me..

    Never judge anyone bro.. You never know who you might be judging.. :)

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  30. @praveen
    i never found fault with our scientists bro.. i congratulated them too. But i was taking my sarcastic point on the hype created around it and i was just forcing in my own humorous take on it..

    you should have known it already..

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  31. @everyone

    Thanks to those who understood the underlying humor in this post..

    To those who dint get it yet, keep searching

    @nikhil
    would be checking pages soon :)

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  32. @piyush

    i can understand that you are about to say something.. But what exactly is it?

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  33. Then I feel even more sad dude.. I mean, being connected to ISRO so much how can you make fun of the one mission for which we Indians should be proud of.. I havent read your other posts so cannot comment.. You said what you felt and I said what I felt about the mission..
    Lets drop this topic.. lemme read your other posts.. they might tickle my funny bone :)
    cheers

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  34. Then I feel even more sad dude.. I mean, being connected to ISRO so much how can you make fun of the one mission for which we Indians should be proud of.. I havent read your other posts so cannot comment.. You said what you felt and I said what I felt about the mission..
    Lets drop this topic.. lemme read your other posts.. they might tickle my funny bone :)
    cheers

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  35. @evan

    haha.. it is very simple bro.. i tease my dad and i make fun of him, because i have every right.. but at the same time , i wouldnt allow anyone else to make fun..

    hope you understood the thin line between the two.. the essence of this whole post/blog is to spread humor...

    so the first thing, that i would request from my readers when they read my post is " not to take anything seriously and see the whole subject from a lighter perspective" :)

    cheers

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  36. Yeah I have nothing to do with space.. But I have visited enough NASA locations to get the information I need.. The info I have put is directly from NASA where I saw these things with my own eyes.. I have even seen all these spacecrafts. And I have read plenty of books too..I did not write out of my own imagination. So dont think that I know nothing about space. I really dont want to argue about who knows about this better. Because I think we both know enough.
    It was probably a satirical post but I misunderstood it to be a serious one. I havent read any of your earlier posts.
    Lets stop this matter here.

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  37. @evan

    haha.. can see that bro.. keep writing about space research, i wud visit the page and i'd keep reading on it.. it is good to see real space enthusiasts write good stuff about extra terrestra-matter.. my whole take is sattire.. everywhere

    :)

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  38. Chriz anne...ungala parthu than naane blog ezhutha start paninen...intha mathiri some one will get upset i thought and only i put up this disclaimer....as for first timers...Yu cant do anything as well i agree...but better put up a big disclaimer...only then they ll understand yu are the master in sarcasm and warp comedy :)! God Bles yu as usual...and dont stop writing sarcastic posts ...because of this, ena nama side aale kanam? tc

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  39. @hary
    i have the disclaimer on the left side bro... but still can't help it if people read the posts with a judgemental head :)

    @evan

    bro! thats a slang i use.. rather sista! check this link ->

    http://www.chronicwriter.com/2008/10/249the-secret-of-moon.html

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  40. WoW!!! Wonderful chriz...I can understand your feeling..you want all the ISRO people work for Coovam!

    In my view,you want to use Nuclear bomb to the clean toilet...very childish!

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  41. such a sarcastic writer you are! i love this post

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  42. well thats quite a lame and senseless post I have come across...

    we have government in place for that...

    there are separate bodies for cleaning the rivers, yet people consider living back in stone age with age old drama of rivers and all that...not seeing the technological advances we are making in outer space.

    Score buddy...no offense, i did find this article at all amusing.:D

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  43. Your post is amazing as usual..got the following in a forwarded mail..thought of sharing it here..

    Agent Smith(a machine) to Morpheus(a human) in the movie Matrix:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_r294bn5UI

    " I would like to share a revelation I have had during my time here.
    It came to me when I tried to classify your species...and I realised...that you're not actually mammals.
    Every mammal on this planet instinctively develops a natural equilibrium with the surrounding environment.
    But you humans do not.
    You move to an area, and you multiply and multiply, until every natural resource is consumed.
    The only way you can survive is to spread to another area.
    There is another organism on this planet that follows the same pattern.
    Do you know what it is?
    A virus.
    Human beings are a disease...a cancer of this planet.
    You are a plague ..."
    ..

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  44. @chriz: the point was..everyone is correct in such debates..the scientists have the curiosity and the right to know about the space..for whatever greater purpose they want to learn about it. (i am not a space enthusiast and neither am i worried too much by the question of where i came from.) and the person out there living on the streets who sees that large..really large sums of money are being spent on the exploration of the moon which has nothing apparent to do with the deteriorating air quality levels or several such problems which forms the true reality of his daily life along with those of several millions others is also correct in his criticism..
    We just have to live with such dualities. Some questions are really really difficult to answer. (And for those hundreds of inventions which sprung up as a result of space exploration, i am sure those great minds focussed on solving some other problem would still have come up with those. And one technology which borrowed heavily from space research and we could have done without was nuclear tech)

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  45. chriz anne.. idhu ellathukkum nan dan karanam.. i gave evan the link to ur post owing to a previous discussion between us..
    n ungala pathiyae theriyadhu. unga appa va pathi ippa dan theriyum..
    i've read some of ur previous posts but not all n not the old ones..
    now that is settled i want to know whether the pics were a public offer??
    can u send it to vishnu060289@gmail.com..
    dont worry.. u can trust me..

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  46. one small fact - "i tease my dad and i make fun of him, because i have every right.' -> you are actually making fun of my country/planet here(not your dad). I appreciate your earlier post though. It was quite insightful.

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  47. nice post..especially the last para

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  48. @piyush..
    thaaliya .. thats the spirit.. so true indeed.

    @evan
    i have every right to pull my dad's leg, his project, my country, my planet..
    if you read the post carefully,i have congratulated the scientists.. and i have gone one step further in telling them to scientifically do something about cleaning the mess too.. see it from the funny angle.. i would henceforth take your comments seriously only when you approve the three strong comments that i made in your post :)

    I can clearly see that you are taking this as an ego game.. :P

    @vishnu
    indha blog is for a gujaals purpose.. and i am gonna gujaalsfy in future too.. haha.. can see that you are the one who triggered it.. its okay, cos u understood the funny motive behind the post.. but there are other kosu thollais.. poochi marundhu adhicha sari aayidum :)

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  49. lol at kosu thollai bro :) namala thiruthaaveee mudiyathu....!

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  50. good one, with your touch of humor...the last sentence shows your exasperation but the urine sample brought a smile :) good work there Chriz!

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  51. bang right on target, wow chriz one solid post by you, love the sarcasm, love the message, man i so fuc*ing running towards other planets finding life, while fuc*ing our home(earth) up, when will the authorities learn....

    best post i have read in your blog yaar, really good real awesome.

    wake up you jerks(thats for the govt :P)

    take care and keep writing..........

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  52. wonderfully written, and excellent way of putting across the point.loved it!

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